As baby-boomers age, senior living is evolving rapidly. The continuing care retirement community (CCRC) concept is receiving a great deal of attention, and people who are interested desire information to make an informed choice.
These articles will provide perspective on the CCRC model in general, and on Quail Haven Village in particular. If you have questions or would like to visit our vibrant community in Pinehurst, please give us a call. We will be delighted to assist you, and to show you around.
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For seniors who desire to Age in Place, many factors stand in the way of making this a safe and practical solution. They range from living in a home that does not accommodate any type of disability to figuring out who will do the upkeep and yard maintenance. However, the real challenge comes in a […]
Weddings are always special but the marriage of your only son is a cannot miss event! That’s what Quail Haven’s Activities Director, Renate Douglas, thought when she made sure that our resident got to her son’s wedding January 16th. Attending the wedding was a dream come true for our resident and, using the Quail Haven […]
The American Dream of home ownership is a cliché as old as apple pie, backyard barbecues and the Fourth of July. So embedded in our culture is the idea that we should aspire to own a home of our own someday that renting is often viewed as a last resort: an option that should only […]
Moving out of a home that has been the hub of family life for many years can be a difficult, emotional process. The concept of downsizing is often associated with increased levels of personal freedom, yet I have often heard many of our residents describe how hard it was for them to break away from […]
In an article I recently found on SeniorCare.com pertaining to Americans facing the prospect of long-term care, over 75 percent of people admitted they had not discussed long-term care options with their family. For most, it’s a topic that is quickly pushed under the rug. After all, the costs and the circumstances that go along […]